Economic Policy: Rise of Nationalism

Helping many nations back to financial health, the U.S. throughout the postwar era has been able to put across most of its economic policies to the rest of the free world. Lately it has run into a high tide of economic nationalism that challenges the U.S. on matters as diverse as tariffs, money, and airport landing rights. Notably in a couple of major countries, and to a growing degree in other nations, U.S. economic policies are being criticized or rejected.

The chief economic antagonist of the U.S. is, of course, Charles de...

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